Books A Million Reviews in North Carolina, USA
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Books A Million in Hickory, North Carolina - Magazine Subscription
I have been charged $14 for 6 months now for a subscription to a magazine from Books a Million that I never authorized. I called again the number and they were supposed to cancel the membership. I AM EXTREMELY PISSED!!!!
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Books A Million in Charlotte, North Carolina - Old manager bullies , corrupt business
This is a traumatizing store behind the scenes. I used to work here and soon as I did I regretted by being called "Guy with the ugly face" by the cruel bald manager and a few others. They treat you like *** for not getting cards and subscriptions, they pick on customers and talk about them and employees behind their backs. Unrealistic expectations for employees.
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During my time being employed here I was treated like **** by most if not all the staff. Especially the old man named Chris who constantly for whatever reason, would always insult my physical appearance and make a joke about it. The "manager" Ill call her 'R' would...
In a day and age where consumers can shop online cheaper than in your store my latest experience has me resorting to that from now on. As I walked in the entrance in New Bern, NC store with my children, the very first stand had a display from top to bottom with titles...
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Books A Million in Charlotte, North Carolina - Pushy cashier at the Concord, NC location
I went into the Books a Million in Concord Mills Mall to see if they had books & games for purchase. They did have 2 items that I was looking for, so I took my items to the lone cashier. From the moment I got there I was assaulted with things like offers for cards, etc. I explained that I don't live in the area, but was still being assaulted with more information about local events. I ended up buying a pound of coffee for the troops, which I found out was legitimate. However, the cashier should have told me that it was $9.99 to do so. Also, the register display was turned away from me, so I couldn't see the price of my purchases easily. I don't know the consumer laws in North Carolina, but in my home state by law a register display has to be visible to the customer. After reading some online reviews about this company it is clear to me why they haven't been allowed into my part of the country, and I will not be shopping at any of their locations again.
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